The USA Gymnastics sex abuse scandal is examined. Included: remarks from USA Gymnastics National Team Coordinators Bela and Martha Karolyi; Olympic gold medalist McKayla Maroney; and Gina Nichols, mother of gymnast Maggie Nichols.
A bizarre cyber-revenge case lands a young woman in jail and makes national headlines. Dennis Murphy reports on the unexpected twist that revealed the real culprit and the new developments in the case.
The idyllic town of Montecito was threatened by the worst wildfire in California history, then inundated by catastrophic mudslides. Keith Morrison reports on four families who barely escaped alive, and the rescuers who risked their own lives to help.
When a young, beloved Florida law professor is shot, his family, friends and police are baffled. A complicated investigation that draws national attention leads police to a surprising theory of the crime. In an emotional interview, the victim's family speaks out for the first time.
When thousands gather at the Indiana State Fair in August 2011 for a concert, tragedy strikes. Concert goers put themselves in harm's way to try and save complete strangers in a life and death race against time. Andrea Canning reports.
A young mother disappears after leaving her infant in the care of her local pastor and his wife. For five years Florida detectives search for her, but instead uncover a web of secrets and lies. Keith Morrison reports.
The story of con man John Meehan, who made national headlines in 2017 after his crimes and their final deadly culmination were featured in the popular "Dirty John" podcast. Included: an interview with his wife, Debra Newell, who recalls the moment she realized he was dangerous
The unexplained death of a beloved chiropractor becomes a criminal investigation when authorities discover she'd been poisoned. Detectives focus on her own family before an anonymous letter leads them to the unlikeliest of suspects.
The case of Lyle and Erik Menendez, who were convicted more than two decades ago of murdering their parents in Beverly Hills, is examined. Included: remarks from Lyle and former detective Les Zoeller, as well as Lyle and Erik's cousin Diane Hernandez, former prosecutor Pamela Bozanich, tennis coach Bill Kurtain, former neighbor Alicia Hercz, Dr. William Vicary, jury members Hazel Thornton and Andrew Wolfberg, and criminal defense lawyer Cliff Gardner.
Rachel Jeffs reflects on growing up as the daughter of Warren Jeffs, the self-proclaimed prophet of the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (FLDS). Also: a brutal murder on Black Friday in Fort Worth, Texas, is investigated.